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  1. #1
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    Does any body Know about a small container for recovering refrigerant besides the 30# and 50# bottles.

  2. #2
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    Back in school I know we used some form of plastic bag when recovering from home appliances.

    What is the situation that you are not wanting to use a bottle for?

  3. #3
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    I've got a few 2 lb cylinders that General Electric marketed to the appliance trade.

    They look like disposable propane cylinders, with the appropriate adapter to 1/4" flare, including Schrader valve.

    I doubt if they are still available.

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    I think Whirlpool do the plastic bag.

  5. #5
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    Hey thanks for the reply's the,reason we were looking for something smaller is because we were in the process of taking a small neslab cascade chiller out of service.We do not want to use the 30# recovery bottles to Recover 30 oz of 502 and another bottle to recover the R-13.the chiller is going to be dispose of,when we remove all the refrigerant of both circuits.anyway thanks for the feedback.Hugo

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